When the french woman tells Elie to keep his anger for another day, how has elie done this with his life?

When the french woman tells Elie to keep his anger for another day, how has elie done this with his life?

When the french woman tells Elie to keep his anger for another day, how has elie done this with his life?

When the french woman tells Elie to keep his anger for another day, how has elie done this with his life?

The writing of “Night” might have been Wiesel’s response to the French woman’s claims.  The implication behind the quote is that one must delay what they feel has to be said or articulated.  The composition of “Night” represents this.  At some point, Wiesel figuratively said that this “other day” is this moment of writing.  The discussions with Mauriac where the nature of God and his redemptive powers led Wiesel to voice strong opinions which were fostered by his experiences in the Death Camps of the Holocaust.  In articulating these with the encouragement of Mauriac, Wiesel had decided that no longer could “another day” wait, for he had waited long enough for his story to be told.  Wiesel’s life has become devoted to “another day” being today in attempting to fully reclaim the voices that were silenced by the Nazis and their collaborators.
When the french woman tells Elie to keep his anger for another day, how has elie done this with his life?